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Senate House Passage

By JamesAppleton  
Another low-light, remote flash-lit shot. Again at a nice wide light-absorbing f/1.8, I shot with the bride's younger brother holding the flash for me away and to the right.

The entire wedding party were walking from one side of town to the other in a candle-lit procession behind this newly married B+G, and at the entrance to one of the most beautiful passageways in Cambridge I couldn't resist. Talk about putting pressure on yourself though - I had about twenty seconds to get this shot before moving on, not wanting to hold the group up longer than necessary.

Let me know what you think...

J

Tags: Fashion Wedding and social Landscape and travel Portraits and people Flash and lighting Night and low light

Voters: lifesnapper, Paul_R, Dave_Holdham and 11 more


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JamesAppleton 8 38 6 England
20 Feb 2010 5:30PM
I forgot to mention it again...! Click to go large...

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20 Feb 2010 5:33PM
What a fantastic sight that must've been. Love this.

John Smile
Dave_Holdham 7 4 1 Wales
20 Feb 2010 6:20PM
Great work, well captured
cassiecat 8 39 46 England
20 Feb 2010 6:23PM
the candlelit procession sounds very romantic. nice work james.lesley
Dennis_Bromage 9 45 20 United Kingdom
20 Feb 2010 6:27PM
Under the circumstances it looks pretty much perfect to me. The flash balances the ambient light and street lights beautifully and for a rushed shot the composition is great too Smile
Den
rontear Plus
13 8 8 England
20 Feb 2010 7:31PM
Extremely well exposed James, super image. Ron.
nice shot..dave
User_Removed 10 11 11 United Kingdom
20 Feb 2010 11:27PM
I should think that the bride and groom are pretty pleased with this image. Great shot, demonstrating a good photographer thinking on his feet.

Well done!

Chris C
dathersmith 9 550 12 England
21 Feb 2010 11:14AM
Another superb low light shot, lit excellently.

Deserves more attention.

Darren.
Fisher2 9 1 Ireland
22 Feb 2010 10:08PM
you would have kicked yourself for not taking it, light is good,
overall balance looks spot on .
dessy

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